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University of Texas at Austin

University of Texas at Austin

Main Building(MAI) 110 Inner Campus Drive Austin, TX USA 78705

Founded in 1883, the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) is the flagship university of Texas’ public university system. It is one of the most competitive universities in the state and is highly regarded for its excellent research centers. Notable alumni include several nationally known politicians, as well many Tony and Emmy Award winners.

UT Austin has an acceptance rate of 32%, and it ranks 35 nationwide. The tuition rate for Texas residents is $11,448 per year, plus fees; for non-residents, the tuition rate is $40,032 per year, plus fees. UT Austin hosts over 50,000 students, with a quarter being graduate students. The university offers over 170 undergraduate degrees, as well as over 100 graduate degrees and specialized programs. Its academic year follows a fall, spring, and summer semester schedule.

The university is in the heart of Austin, Texas, one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States. UT Austin prides itself on its reputation for research and its entrepreneurial spirit. Widely known for its numerous research centers and professional development opportunities, UT Austin also gives students access to the Presidential Library of Lyndon B. Johnson. In addition to their studies and work, students enjoy year-round access to outdoor recreation, sporting events, vibrant restaurant and cultural experiences, and an internationally renowned music scene.

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